Details are at a premium and the images aren’t the best, but this 1930s art deco four-bedroom house in Hastings, East Sussex is still an interesting prospect.
The agent describes it as a ‘unique detached residence of the classic 1930s era’, incorporating ‘a plethora of art deco design features’. Some we can see on the images, others perhaps not. But the shape, Crittall windows, doors, staircase and wood flooring all look like survivors from the original build.
The agent also adds that the house is in ‘a prime residential area’ in the town, overlooking Alexandra Park at the front and woodland to the rear, with a large garden at the rear of the house too.
As for space, enter the ground floor via the original door (with geometrical glazing) and you’ll find the entrance porch with bulkhead light and a feature staircase with steel balustrade. There’s also access to the cloakroom, a through lounge with front and rear glazing, a dining room with picture window and twin casement doors with dwarf pillars to the garden, a fitted kitchen and a studio/utility room.
Go up that staircase and you’ll find a master bedroom with picture windows, three further bathrooms and a bathroom with black marble tiled floor and under floor heating, along with a further cloakroom.
If you want it, it’s on the market at £399,000.